Welcome to the Jungle: Art Basel opens the Miami Art Week.

After the Miami Art Week, 5 days immersed in the world of art including exhibitions, galleries, parties, special events and performances without physical and material time, to post an image or leave a comment: A total full immersion that despite everything makes it equally difficult to capture Art Basel as a whole even if in speed-date mode. Less than 6 hours to see Art Basel is a schedule that does ...

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David Kassan and the projection of the self in others as a means between the represented and the spectator.


Today, a prodigious talent to the point of being able to deceive the human mind with the realism of his work, that tricks people into thinking they’re staring at photographic images while it actually is oil works of unbelievable precision, with details so amazing to the point of being able to show the flow of warm blood in the veins through the skin, the age spots on the hands and ...

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The magical world of L’OBJET Haas Brothers between aesthetics and functionality

Imagine a world of fantastic characters emerging from the magical world of FernGully, The Last Rainforest, an inspiring film by the Haas brothers, produced by Kroyer. A 1992 movie with the participation of Robin Williams, if to this we remove plot and add two brothers, twins, Nikolai and Simon different and complementary, one more rational and the other more spiritual and creative. To these factors we mix up the education ...

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The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Art of Black Miami and does so in occasion of Art Basel with diversified initiatives that highlight some of Miami’s most characteristic historic neighborhoods.

In addition to Art Basel and the countless satellite exhibitions that revolve around it, included the first edition of Afrofuture in Overtown, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitor Bureau -GMCVB-provides a multicultural tourism campaign that highlights the arts, culture and the diversity of Miami and that regardless of the international market fairs, Miami can offer, through places historians who have built their current identity with various initiatives that celebrate the ...

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Miami is a nerve center for collectors, critics, scholars and enthusiasts who will meet for the Miami Art Week between private and public events from December 4th to 9th 2018

The countdown has begun, Miami is in turmoil, works to the road are being completed just in time to offer the best of the city-destination more than ever coveted by art lovers who will have a never ending amount of fun, without schedule due the multiplicity of exhibition proposals including collector previews, vernissage, opening night preview party, VIP entrances, private brunch, meetings ranging from talks with architects, to artists' influencers, ...

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The deafening silence of Daniel Sprick’s art in the constant search for the essence of beauty.

I got the opportunity to meet Sprick in the hotel lobby where I asked to have the chance of interviewing him and shortly after I was at his side to admire the unscheduled execution of a plain air work in the central court of the Biltmore Hotel between arches and palms: a silent soul that puts before words the gaze that spaces undisturbed between the landscape and the canvas while ...

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On display at The Wolfsonian-FIU 50 years of history of MITA Textile Design 1926-1976, from November 16th to April 28th.

Exclusive evening for the opening of the MITA Textile Design exhibition 1926-1976, on display from November 16th 2018 to April 28th 2019 at The Wolfsonian-FIU in Miami Beach. The exhibition is organized in collaboration with The Wolfsonian-Palazzo Ducale Foundation for the Culture of Genoa, with the approval of the Consulate General of Italy in Miami and the supervision of the curator Silvia Barisone. The MITA (Italian Manufacture of Artistic Carpets) ...

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FACE opens its second anniversary at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.

The luxurious Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, a mix of Moorish, Spanish and Italian architecture, listed as the National Historic Landmark of the United States of America has made available the beautiful rooms with coffered ceilings for the meeting of the Figurative Art Convention & Expo, better known as FACE, now in its second year. Conceived by Eric Rhoads, painter, writer and above all director and CEO of Streamline Publishing Inc. ...

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Miami, capital of Garage Design, presents the new born Museum Garage of Surrealist inspiration, ideated by Craig Robins.

Miami is a destination for sea, sun and nightlife, synonymous with fun and relaxation not only for American and Canadian snowbirds but also for Europeans. This is the canonical image of Miami that, regardless of Art Basel, which with its magnetism attracts people from all over the world, is a prolific city for art, architecture and design that, when combined together, can be an explosive mixture, especially if used to ...

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The Wolfsonian-Florida International University presents DECO: Luxury to Mass Market.

It was inaugurated on October 18 in VIP preview at the Wolfsonian Museum-FIU based in the Art Deco district of Miami Beach, DECO: Luxury to Mass Market exhibition in the presence of the Director Tim Rodgers and the Curator of the exhibition, the Italian, Silvia Barisone. The guests waited for the opening of the exhibition among cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and  20s and 30s music, welcomed in the iconic lobby of the ...

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